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  • Also, the king said to Abiathar, the priest: “Go into Anathoth, to your own land, for you are a man worthy of death. But I will not put you to death this day, since you carried the ark of the Lord God before David, my father, and since you have endured hardship in all the things, for which my father labored.” (1 Kings 2, 26)

  • Yet, if I am also just as impious, why have I labored in vain? (Job 9, 29)

  • Is not he who created me in the womb, also he who labored to make him? And did not one and the same form me in the womb? (Job 31, 15)

  • She is hardened against her young, as if they were not hers; she has labored in vain, with no fear compelling her. (Job 39, 16)

  • I have labored in my groaning. Every night, with my tears, I will wash my bed and drench my blanket. (Psalms 6, 7)

  • A Canticle in steps: of Solomon. Unless the Lord has built the house, those who build it have labored in vain. Unless the Lord has guarded the city, he who guards it watches in vain. (Psalms 126, 1)

  • Again, I detested all my efforts, by which I had earnestly labored under the sun, to be taken up by an heir after me, (Ecclesiastes 2, 18)

  • It is an utterly miserable infirmity that, in the same manner as he has arrived, so shall he return. How then does it benefit him, since he has labored for the wind? (Ecclesiastes 5, 15)

  • He has beautified their works unto eternity. They have neither hungered, nor labored, and they have not ceased from their works. (Ecclesiasticus 16, 27)

  • See how I have not labored for myself alone, but for all who are seeking truth!” (Ecclesiasticus 24, 47)

  • The rich man has labored in gathering wealth, and in his rest, he will be filled with his goods. (Ecclesiasticus 31, 3)

  • The poor man has labored in his lowly way, and in the end, he may still be in need. (Ecclesiasticus 31, 4)


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